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We will be compiling news from the Digital Marketing world as well as some of the latest Internet News and Trends here.

The latest News from the Guardian Internet Editorials can be viewed below:

  • Mon, 23 May 2016 10:02:58 +0000: Revealed: How copyright law is being misused to remove material from the internet - Internet | The Guardian

    When Annabelle Narey posted a negative review of a building firm on Mumsnet, the last thing on her mind was copyright infringement

    Writing a bad review online has always run a small risk of opening yourself up to a defamation claim. But few would expect to be told that they had to delete their review or face a lawsuit over another part of the law: copyright infringement.

    Yet that’s what happened to Annabelle Narey after she posted a negative review of a building firm on Mumsnet.

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  • Mon, 23 May 2016 07:39:59 +0000: Australia's Serial: Dan Box on the making of true crime podcast Bowraville - Internet | The Guardian

    Australia’s least known serial killings are finally making front-page news. ‘I have never done anything with this level of reaction,’ the podcast’s host says

    For a few years after the high court dismantled terra nullius and established rights of native title in the Mabo case, Australia pretended it had solved its problems with race.

    Paul Keating delivered his Redfern speech, the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody handed down its final report and the issues raised in both were acknowledged and swiftly consigned to the past, as if acknowledgement alone had fixed the problem.

    Related: The murders of three Aboriginal children continue to haunt the legal system 25 years after the fact | Richard Ackland

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  • Mon, 23 May 2016 06:44:46 +0000: NBN raids: how independent are the federal police? – Behind the Lines podcast with Kristina Keneally - Internet | The Guardian

    Kristina Keneally joins Bridie Jabour and Gabrielle Jackson to discuss the Australian federal police raids over alleged NBN leaks, what they mean for the election campaign, whistleblower protection, freedom of press, and why an independent agency like the AFP is still strongly tied to the government

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  • Sun, 22 May 2016 17:15:09 +0000: The BBC’s recipe fudge shows its uncertainty about the future - Internet | The Guardian

    The corporation is struggling to work out how to be a public service broadcaster in a post-broadcasting world

    Delia’s Steaming Fudge recipe: take one Broadcasting Corporation (British if you can, source locally), place in pressure cooker. Raise political temperature over several years. Open once steam starts shooting from the top. At this point it will look like a horrible mess, but don’t worry, presentation isn’t important. Serve immediately. Turn your phone off.

    BBC Recipes were being granted their own “right to be forgotten” within the white paper, “A BBC for the Future”. The paper itself sets out the basis for the operation of the BBC over the next decade or more, and a case for continued funding. The controversial plan was to shut one of the two BBC food-oriented websites (a sensible idea to rationalise too many replicative services), and then to allow the recipes to essentially still be available but sink into the “deep web” of unfindable content, like pennies into Christmas pudding.

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  • Sun, 22 May 2016 13:00:04 +0000: From births to melons: perks and pitfalls of Facebook’s live video revolution - Internet | The Guardian

    The media is embracing live video but the promise of hits comes with concerns about control and ethics

    Last week, a man in California streamed the birth of his son on Facebook, allowing hundreds of thousands of viewers around the world to watch the very first moments of a human’s life in real time.

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